STIHL MSA 161 T
STIHL MSA 161 T
STIHL MSA 161 T

STIHL MSA 161 T

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The MSA 161 T is the next generation in cordless top handle chainsaws. This light weight chainsaw features a 40% higher chain speed and 15% increase in motor performance over its predecessor, the MSA 160 T. The low profile, ¼ P chain reduces chain chatter for a smooth and precise finish. The battery-powered chainsaw features a trigger side-lock button for added safety, a large throttle interlock lever and carrying ring for attaching the saw for aerial use. The cordless nature of the new saw means that the MSA 161 T is so quiet in operation that ear defenders are not required while working. With a run time of up to 42 minutes with the AP 200 battery (2018 version), this cordless chainsaw is a perfect addition to the fleet.

Cordless Technology Lithium-Ion AP-System
Voltage (V) 36
Recommended Battery AP 200
Run Time with AP 200 (min) up to 42
Weight (kg) 2.5
Oil Tank Volume (cm3) 105
Bar Length (Inches)

25/10"

30/12"

STIHL Oilomatic saw chain pitch/type 1/4"P PM3

AP 200 battery

36 V, 4.8 ah Lithium-Ion battery. The AP 200 offers excellent run times on our cordless tools. The battery has an integrated LED charge indicator, clearly displaying as and when the battery needs charging. Compatible with the AL 101, AL 300 and AL 500 charger unit. Click on the technical data tab of individual products to learn more about machine run times.

AL 300 charger

Quick charger for STIHL Lithium-Ion batteries. With operating mode indicator and active battery cooling. The quick charger will fully charge an AP 100 battery in 50 minutes, AP 200 in 55 minutes and AP 300 in 75 minutes.

ⓘ Safety Notice

When using a chainsaw, you must always take the correct precautions. Please wear the correct personal protective equipment before you begin using your chainsaw.

WARNING: This chainsaw is to be used ONLY by trained tree surgeons. Use without proper training can result in severe injuries.